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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

New projects with Annie Sloan chalkpaint

I just finished a few projects with Annie's chalk paint.





I made two chalkboards, I had these two frames for a long time, and, I painted one with Louis Blue, distressed it, then apply the clear wax from Annie's and the dark wax, the frame had gold underneath, so it came through.

The other chalkboard with SW white, I'm waiting for a new order of Annie's paint.  This frame is so old that some of the gesso was missing, but I like it, I put some new wire on the back, ribbon for hanging, (I love ribbon) then, I put all new clips with screws.  I used the new Chalk markers, they are fun. I did three coats of chalkboard paint, then cured the paint for unlimited used.
Hope you like them.!! I'm keeping both, one is in my kitchen, the other one on my entrance porch.




I also gave a last coat to the printer's letter cabinet.  This took a lot of work because of the little cubbies.  I like it to display all my little things, I'm sure all of you have a lot of "little things", collections, and I'm making another one for jewelry.
Thank you for visiting my blog, stay a while, see you tomorrow, 

martha

6 comments:

Betsy said...

Love the color you chose, they turned out great!!

katecreativesalvage said...

Thank you Betsy, I love these two colors, the Louis Blue, and the Provence,

martha

andrea said...

Love what you are doing! I like paintin' frames, too! I signed on as a follower- my icon is the chicken. I am new to blogging and hope you will stop by and sign on, too! Regards, Andrea @ townandprairie.blogspot.com

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

They both look outstanding. I have two frames like the 2nd one you have here.

Blessings,
Linda

Kathy said...

I am new to your blog coming from Linda's giveaway...thank you so much for this...loving your posts, so much fun over here....xxoo your new best friend!

Brenda said...

just finished a chalk project too! love the frame idea, looking for one to finish my stand...wish me luck! following your blog and looking forward to more ideas and sharing!